The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Latina/o Mental Health program offers an academic and practicum foundation for a career in therapy or various positions in the field of mental health. The evening format is designed for the working professional and is offered at the Encino*, Irvine, and West Los Angeles Graduate Campuses.
The best way to learn more about this graduate program, its requirements, and the application process, is to attend an information meeting. You may click on any information meeting date shown below to RSVP for attendance.
If these dates are not convenient for you, you may contact our Enrollment Services Office at 310.258.2850. We would be pleased to discuss our admission requirements or to schedule a personal consultation for you.
Pepperdine University and Aliento, The Center for Latinx Communities, invites you to get a taste of the vibrant learning opportunities in our newly launched Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy with Latinas/os program. Meet with the Director of the Program, Dr. Miguel Gallardo, and learn about educating, advocating and empowering the Latina/o communities. Lunch and learning will be provided.
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*The Encino campus will be closing in May 2022. Upon closure, students can enroll in classes located at the Calabasas Graduate Campus.